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Ariana Nozemanstraat 49 1065TR Amsterdam

Asking price € 400.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
76 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
91 m²


A quaint and well-maintained family home, located in the popular “Blueband village” in Slotervaart. This home has a spacious and light living room; 2 bedrooms and a lavish sunny garden to the south. The neighbourhood is green and child-friendly, nearby everything Amsterdam has to offer. The house was built in the characteristic sawtooth style, designed by the renowned Dutch architect Frans van Gool.

The living room is located at the back of the house, with patio doors that lead to the garden. Thanks to these doors, your garden will be part of your living space, and they also provide a lot of light in the room. The floor is a low-maintenance PVC floor, and the entirety of the ground floor is comfortably heated with floor heating . During the winter months, you can spend cosy evenings in the pleasant warmth of the tasteful wood burner.

You can enter the kitchen through the entry hall. The kitchen was built in 2014 and offers plenty of closet space, a lot of working space, and various built-in equipment. Such as a 4-hob gas stove, an extractor, an oven and a dishwasher. The fridge/freezer has been placed in a practical sliding closet in the kitchen. The kitchen is located at the front of the house, and has a big window offering a view of the street.

The first floor offers a spacious bathroom with a walk-in shower, a washbasin and a separate toilet with sink.

There are two spacious bedrooms on the first floor. Both rooms offer enough space for a large bed and a wardrobe. The bedroom at the back is the big master bedroom, overlooking the garden. In the spring, you will wake up to the twittering of birds.
At the front of the house, there is another spacious bedroom. This is an ideal space for a nursery or a home office.

A XX garden is to the south, next to a green yard full of beautiful flowers. It is a large garden, with enough space for a lounge set and a large outdoor table. The garden also contains a wooden shed where you can easily store your bicycles and garden equipment, and there is a back entry.

On the first floor there is a storage closet where you will find the connection point for the washing machine/dryer.

The house is located in Slotervaart, nearby the Sierplein, where there are various shops. (Albert Heijn, Dirk van den Broek, Primera.) You will live peacefully in this green neighbourhood; sometimes the peace and quiet will make you forget that you are living in Amsterdam, but at the same time it is only a short bicycle ride to the centre of Amsterdam. For example, the Vondelpark is only a 10-minute bicycle ride away, and the Sloterplas and Nieuwe Meer are also nearby. It is a very child-friendly neighbourhood, with many options for playing and sports. You can get to the highways A4, A9 and A10 in no time. Public transport is just around the corner (Station Lelylaan), and will take you straight to the centre of Amsterdam, Amstelveen and Schiphol. You only have to walk a few minutes to get on a train, subway, bus or tram.

- The house is a municipal monument;
- The living space is about 76 m2;
- 2 spacious bedrooms;
- Garden to the south;
- All windows have double glazing (HR ++);
- Energy label C;
- Central heating system is from Intergas HR (2014);
- Located on leasehold ground. Continuous leasehold rights apply. Annual ground rent has been bought until 15-01-2052. AB 2000 apply in the municipality of Amsterdam???;
- Parking is arranged with an authorisation scheme for max. 2 cars, without wait time;
- Delivery in consultation.

Note: Due to Corona measures, we plan the viewings with a maximum of 2 people (excluding the broker). We work with fixed time frames, so make sure you are on time!

“ We have composed this information with due care. On our part, however, no liability whatsoever is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or its consequences. All specified sizes are measured in accordance with NEN 2580 and are indicative. We advise you to call in an NVM / MVA Broker who will assist you with his expertise in the purchase process. If you do not wish to take professional counseling, you are legally competent enough to oversee all matters that are of interest. The General Consumer conditions of the NVM are applicable "
Notary choice: if the object is located in Amsterdam, Amstelveen or Badhoevedorp, the deed of sale will be drawn up according to the model of the Royal Notarial Professional Organization, Ring Amsterdam. The buyer must designate a notary's office within a radius of 5 km from the object offered for sale.
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Year of construction

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Floor space
76 m²
Lot size
91 m²


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Ariana Nozemanstraat 49 1065TR Amsterdam

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